Missed the entire 2003-04 season after re-fracturing his left foot last summer ... Graduated in May with a degree in residential property management ... Is expected to return to the starting lineup this fall ... Provides the Hokies with another proven scorer ... One of the most versatile players on the team ... Can play anywhere on the perimeter ... Instinctual player who is a leader both on and off the court ... Plays well off the dribble ... Spent each of the last four summers on campus, working on his overall game ... Explosive scorer who can shoot from the perimeter and slash to the basket ... Good shooter who handles the ball well ... Has worked hard on improving his shot selection ... Has good defensive skills and fits well into the Hokies' defensive schemes ... Could become one of the top players in the ACC this season ... Candidate for preseason honors.
2003-04: Missed the season and was granted a medical redshirt.
2002-03: Started 21 of 25 games ... Second on the team in assists, blocked shots and steals and third in scoring ... Missed four full games after suffering a broken left foot in the first half of the loss at Miami ... Underwent successful surgery on Feb. 15 to place a pin in the broken foot ... Returned to action on a limited basis for the win over Villanova, when he scored three points in just eight minutes ... Opened the season with 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three blocked shots in the loss to St. Bonaventure ... Followed that with 20 points in the win over Michigan ... Had 14 points in the win over Toledo ... Had 16 points and seven assists in the home opener win against American and followed that with 14 points and five assists in the loss to Wofford ... Was held out of the first half in the win over VMI due to disciplinary reasons ... Returned to the starting lineup by leading the Hokies with 12 points in the loss at William & Mary ... Led the Hokies with 20 points in the loss at East Carolina ... Scored 17 points and recorded a career-high six blocked shots in the win over Morgan State ... Scored 17 points in the win over Towson and hit on five of 10 three-point field goals ... Scored 13 points in the loss to Florida State ... Recorded a season-high 24 points and four steals in the loss at Villanova ... Scored 10 points in the loss at #6 UConn ... Scored 13 points in the win over Providence ... Scored 15 points and had three steals in the win over Virginia ... Had 16 points, five assists and a career-high six steals in the loss to St. John's ... Led the Hokies with 21 points in the loss to Boston College ... Led the Hokies with 21 points, three steals and three blocked shots in the win over #18/17 Connecticut ... Scored 14 points and had a team-high five assists in the win at St. John's ... Scored 12 points and had three assists in 23 minutes in the home loss to Miami ... Played 32 minutes and scored 11 points, with three assists and a team-high four steals coming off the bench in the season-ending loss at West Virginia.
2001-02: Started 18 games and appeared in 24 ... Led the Hokies in scoring, assists and steals ... Was 11th in the BIG EAST in three-point field goal percentage and 14th in made three-pointers ... Scored in double-figures in 16 games ... Suffered a stress fracture in his right foot and saw limited action against Murray State before missing the Wisconsin-Milwaukee game ... Returned to action in the home loss to Connecticut, after missing four games with a stress fracture in his right foot, scoring 12 points off the bench for the Hokies ... Opened the season with 15 points and a career-high eight assists in the win over Mount St. Mary's ... Had 17 points and six assists in the win over Rhode Island ... Had 18 points and four assists in the loss at Old Dominion ... Scored a season-high 20 points in the win over East Carolina ... Had 11 points in the win over Northeastern ... Led the Hokies with 12 points in the loss at #9/8 Virginia ... Had 15 points in the win over VMI ... Made his first start since returning from the foot injury and scored 13 points in the loss at UConn ... Scored 11 points in the home loss to Miami ... Scored a career-high 25 points in the home loss to Villanova ... Came off the bench with 12 points in the loss at #12 Syracuse ... Led the Hokies with 19 points and hit the game-winning three-point field goal with :01.3 remaining in Tech's win over Boston College ... Scored 15 points in the win at West Virginia ... Led the Hokies with 13 points in the loss at St. John's ... Scored 13 points in the home win over Providence ... Scored 14 points in the season-ending loss at #22 Miami, dishing out seven assists.
2000-01: Started every game for the Hokies ... Second on the team in scoring (11.0 ppg) ... Led team in steals (47), minutes played (864) and assists (77) and was second in blocked shots (22) ... Second in three-pointers made (50) ... Scored in double figures in 15 games as a freshman ... Opened his Virginia Tech career with 21 points in the win over VMI ... Had 13 points each against Virginia and Liberty ... Had 15 points and seven rebounds in the win over Fairfield and followed that with 12 points in the loss at Syracuse ... Had 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists in the win over ETSU ... Scored 20 points in the win over High Point, including 6-of-10 shooting from three-point range ... Had 15 points and four assists in the overtime loss to Villanova ... Had five assists in the win over Miami ... Scored 11 points in the loss at Georgetown, his first start at the point ... Had 13 points and a career-high eight assists in the loss at Villanova ... Had 13 points in the loss at #23 Connecticut ... Tied a season-high with 21 points in the loss at Miami ... Scored 10 points in the loss to West Virginia ... Scored 14 points in the loss to Notre Dame.
Fork Union/High School: Averaged 13.4 points and 5.5 rebounds per game at Fork Union ... Averaged 18.5 points and 9.3 rebounds as a senior at South Rowan High School in Salisbury, N.C. ... Played in North Carolina East-West All-Star game ... Second-leading scorer in South Rowan history despite playing just two seasons ... Two-year letterwinner.
Personal: Carlos Ray Dixon ... Born September 11, 1981 in Salisbury, N.C. ... Son of Marvin Dixon and Hattie Steele ... Graduated with a degree in residential property management ... Brother, Marvin, played basketball at Pfeiffer University and has played professionally overseas in Israel and Argentina.